Did You Know ... that Key Bridge is the oldest bridge in Washington, D.C., to cross the Potomac River, and it shows -- a 2011 study found the deck slab was ready to fail, and there was extensive corrosion of the underside of the concrete deck, cracks were found in some of the abutments, arches and spandrel arches, concrete deck, and piers, and deterioration was so bad that voids had formed inside the deck slab?
Saturday, November 7, 2015
I refuse to post these to the front page of Wikipedia any more. But I will post them here. The article I wrote or assisted with is in bold.